Dulcinea Groff and Kit Hamley

Dulcinea Groff and Kit Hamley


Published on Oct 28, 2021

Publication Update!

Dearest Science Supporters, It has been a long time since we launched the experiment.com crowdfunding campaign to support research in the Falkland Islands and I just wanted to reach out to share th...

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Published on Feb 08, 2016

Update from 51˚S!

Dear Experiment Supporters,Greetings from The Falklands! Thanks in large part to our trip down here last December, we have had an unbelievably successful expedition for the past 3 w...

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Published on Nov 11, 2015

Follow A Researcher and Other Updates

Hello Wonderful Supporters,We have many exciting new updates and felt a lab note was long overdue. So here goes!In order to finish what you all helped us start last year, we are be...

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Published on Jun 19, 2015

Update From The Laboratory!

Hello everyone and happy summer! We are well underway with our summer work and have been analyzing the cores that we were able to get on our December trip that you made possible. We have both been ...

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Published on Jan 09, 2015

Expedition Notes

Hi All, Here are the expedition notes from our Falklands trip in December. Hope you enjoy them and the pictures we sent out earlier!Background:The main goal of our expeditionwas to collect sediment...

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Published on Dec 03, 2014

Missed the incentive? There is still time!

Hi All,We've had a few people mention they didn't know about the incentives because they donated after that lab note went out. So, with 36 hours left in our campaign, it's not too late to still get...

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Published on Nov 30, 2014

We did it!!

Well folks, we officially reached our goal! A HUGE thank you to the 174 of you who supported us throughout this project, we couldn't have made it happen without all of you! Thank you not only for y...

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Published on Nov 29, 2014

The Warrah: Man's best friend?

Scientifically, the Falkland Islands are a relatively new area for research, meaning there are still a lot of unknowns begging for furtherunderstanding. When Europeans first arrived in the Falkland...

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Reply to:DM WilsonDM Wilson
Thanks for reading the lab note! The spelling for the fox is warrah. I'll be sure to continue to update the lab notes as we figure out more! :)
Reply to:Deb BakerDeb Baker
Thanks for reading and commenting, Deb! I am hopeful all is well by you! Again, thanks for helping us fund our work! Best, Dulcinea
Reply to:DM WilsonDM Wilson
Thank you, DMW! I am excited to share more of our findings with you, all the donors, and the people of the Falkland Islands! Happy New Year to you and Ralph! Dulcinea